Here’s What I Really Did In My Bedroom In High School – Rock Wall

Privacy is important to any teenager. In the 1970’s I had the pleasure of growing up in the small town of Newcastle (now called Miramichi) New Brunswick. At night I would listen to great New York AM radio stations like WPTR in Albany and WKBW in Buffalo dreaming of someday […]

Aretha Franklin “Queen Of Soul” Dead At 76 – Our Tribute

Aretha Franklin “Queen Of Soul” Dead At 76 It was reported a few days ago  that the singer was gravely ill surrounded by family in Detroit and that she had been battling cancer since 2010. Roger Freidmann of Showbiz 411 Column, said: “Aretha is surrounded by family and people close […]

INTERVIEW – How Grand Funk’s Don Brewer Met ‘Some Kind Of Wonderful’ Writer John Ellison

A few months ago Don and Mel of Grand Funk finally met the guy who wrote one of their biggest hits “Some Kind of Wonderful” John Ellison who sang it in his band Soul Brothers Six in 1967. Here’s Don Brewer. HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK OUT OUR STORE FOR […]

INTERVIEW – Grand Funk’s Mark Farner On His Biggest Vocal Influence Howard Tate

INTERVIEW – Grand Funk Influences We Ask Mark Farner & Don Brewer This is the last part of our 12 part series on Grand Funk Railroad. I had the pleasure of talking to both singers in the band. First drummer Don Brewer who now leads the group and former lead […]

Who Are We? Rock History Music – Trailer With John Beaudin

First off thanks everyone for all the support. Rock History Music has been sharing exclusive interviews and breaking music news for the past 2 1/2 years. In that time we earned 5.3 Million views on YouTube and 20,539 subscribers. Remember every interview you hear on Rock History Music is exclusive […]

INTERVIEW: Grand Funk’s Mark Farner: The Story Behind “I’m Your Captain – Closer To Home”

INTERVIEW CLIP #8 – Grand Funk’s Mark Farner: The Story Behind “I’m Your Captain (Closer To Home)” “I’m Your Captain (Closer to Home)” was Grand Funk’s Railroad very first hit. It from the album “Closer to Home” released June 15, 1970. The tune reached #22 on the chart and remains […]

INTERVIEW – Mark Farner On The Drama Behind Grand Funk’s “Bad Time”

This is part one of a 12 part series on Grand Funk/Grand Funk Railway featuring our exclusive interviews with drummer and singer Don Brewer and former lead singer and guitarist Mark Farner. Three rockers from Flint, Michigan who would with at least 6 gold and as many Platinum albums..some went […]

Soul Singer Yvonne Staples of the Staple Singers Dead at 80

She passed away at her home in Chicago, Illinois. Staples performed on hits including “Respect Yourself,” “I’ll Take You There” and “Let’s Do It Again.” The latter two went to #1. She joined the family band after her brother Pervis was drafted into the army. They actually started in the […]